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Mar 15, 2017 Bullish: The future of food on demand This week on Bullish, I sat down with DoorDash CEO Tony Xu to talk about the future of on-demand food delivery. In January, DoorDash teamed up with Starship Technologies to test food delivery via robots. Read ›
Mar 14, 2017 First robot courier unveiled at Texas festival Starship Technologies presented its first autonomous delivery robot on Monday during the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival on March 10-19 in Austin, Texas. Read ›
Mar 11, 2017 Food delivery of the future? Robots bringing meals to DC The delivery service Postmates is using knee-high, six-wheeled robots to bring food to customers. The robots can travel up to 4 mph and use sensors and cameras to navigate sidewalks and cross the street. Initially, the robots will be accompanied by a person, but eventually their progress will be monitored remotely. Read ›
Mar 11, 2017 Robot Deliveries: The Fries of the Machines The next time you order takeout for dinner, the “deliveryperson” who comes to your door may not actually be a human being at all. Read ›
Mar 11, 2017 Robots delivering pizza and house viewing by VR: is 5G really the future? Philip Hammond says he wants the UK to become a “world leader” in 5G, the next-generation mobile technology that proponents say is the key to an internet-connected world of driverless cars, smart home appliances, delivery drones and lightning-fast video on the go. Read ›
Mar 10, 2017 Robots Begin Delivering Takeout in Washington DC Takeout delivery robots have begun transporting food to customers across Washington, D.C. this week. Read ›
Mar 10, 2017 Autonomous Delivery Robots to Hit Virginia's Streets Autonomous delivery robots will be able to travel on sidewalks, crosswalks and shared-use paths throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia this summer. Read ›
Mar 10, 2017 The Robots Are Here to Deliver Your Food Starship Technologies demonstrated the robots at a press conference and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Read ›
Mar 10, 2017 Robots are now delivering takeaways in Washington DC

Having to awkwardly greet the person delivering your takeaway food when you’re hungover and still in your pyjamas at 5pm could soon be a thing of the past.

US company Postmates have launched their first fully robotic food delivery service based in Washington DC – and there are plans to launch it across Europe.

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Mar 10, 2017 Robots are now delivering takeaways in Washington DC Having to awkwardly greet the person delivering your takeaway food when you’re hungover and still in your pyjamas at 5pm could soon be a thing of the past. US company Postmates have launched their first fully robotic food delivery service based in Washington DC – and there are plans to launch it across Europe. Read ›
Mar 9, 2017 Food Delivery of the Future? Robots Bringing Meals to DC The delivery service Postmates is using knee-high, six-wheeled robots to bring food to customers. The robots can travel up to 4 mph and use sensors and cameras to navigate sidewalks and cross the street. Initially, the robots will be accompanied by a person, but eventually their progress will be monitored remotely. Read ›
Mar 9, 2017 Optimus Prime Rib: Robots Start Delivering Food in DC Robots from the delivery company Starship Technologies are rolling along Washington streets as part of a pilot program, a company spokesman said. Read ›
Mar 9, 2017 Food Delivery of the Future? Robots Bringing Meals to DC Some hungry customers in the nation's capital may be surprised to discover a robot is delivering their pastrami on rye. Read ›
Mar 9, 2017 Could a robot deliver your online shopping? With delivery vans contributing to congestion and poor air quality on our streets, a delivery robot could be the answer. Tom Heap talks to Henry Harris from Starship Technologies about an innovation that could help reduce the number of freight trucks. Read ›

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